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cisco is connecting the internet oeverything. so everything works like never before. gerri: emergency rooms are profit centers? here with more, a professor of orthopedic surgery at duke university. i can't imagine why would cost thousands of dollars to get stitches. what is going on? >> emergency rooms tend to be one of the most expensive places to get your health care. and so if you have a smaller or nonurgent issue, will you will pay more. you also need to remember that there are four things that go into the cost of this when you get care at an emergency room. the first is the actual services that you get for specific needs and the second thing is that health system takes care of underinsured patients. gerri: let's talk about the cost first. and i will get some examples here. california pacific medical center, charging $2029 for three stitches. and $3335 for five stitches. jacksonville florida, mercy hospital in miami, 3000 for six stitches and this is unbelievable. you made the point that it could be a mistake. but i might get injured in the middle of the night. my primary care phy
are sick another day of rallying. continuing games. they're up about a quarter percent. first up is cisco. they are acquiring the competitor. 3.5 billion dollars to include that. it is the largest. we're are also looking at jcpenney. they're taking back some market share. they expect some positive things. the markets more on in 30 minutes. >> we are also streaming live on bloomberg.com, your tablet, and smartphone. today's moving pictures with the video is the story. the preparations are underway for the national memorial service for nelson mandela. tomorrow it'll be in a 90,000 seat soccer stadium -- soccer stadium. he made his last public world cup.during the 200,000 protesters took to the streets of bangkok to call for the country's prime minister to step down. this is a new effort to change this. ofzzard of lies conditions turn these into a virtual snowball. supposed to fall until halftime. more than eight inches fell during the afternoon. deals, the world's biggest airline takes off today. executives of american airlines and u.s. airways signed the final merger documents. create a ne
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that made that list include tech players intel with a yield of 3.3% and cisco with 3.2%. although after their latest earnings report, analysts have been cautious on this name. and in the health care space, pfizer and eli lilly offer a dividend yield that's higher than the ten-year. both of these stocks are lagging the s&p 500 this year. now, out of the two, damian conover says eli lilly has more upside. he says the main drivers include its insulin franchise and its animal health business. analysts also excited about lilly's promising alzheimer's drug which is in development. so soon, tyler, as rates rise, it could create a more competitive environment for these high-yielding dividend stocks. >> i'm sure it will. thank you, seema. >>> well, today marks the anniversary of alan greenspan's famous irrational exuberance warning to the markets. >> how do we know when irrational exuberance has unduly escalated asset values which then become subject to unexpected and prolonged contractions? >> ah, so 17 years later, as stocks sit as record highs, which companies could be suffering from a little
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in this campaign. >> u.s. foods. >> what are you looking at? >> cisco and u.s. foods. buying u.s. foods. >> and it is not the router company in this case. this is sysco. >> yes, syy. and issued $3 billion of common stock, $500 million in cash. it's about $3.5 billion. what's u.s. foods make? you know? >> i believe they're in the same business that sysco's in. >> clayton and kkr own -- >> u.s. foods? >> yes. >> they're buying it from clayton. >> it's a foods distribution business, isn't it? >> looks like a food description business. >> for sysco, that makes sense. >> interesting. we'll do work on that and come back to it. >> it is, one of the u.s.'s largest distributors, $19 billion in annual revenue, the tenth largest. >> not as big as sysco, right? >> no, i think they're the biggest. >>> new american airlines is ready for takeoff. phil lebeau joins us and has a special guest with him today. phil? >> reporter: thank you, becky. we're here at the american headquarters, the new american headquarters with the new ceo of the new american, doug parker. congratulations, today's the day you gu
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